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CENTRAL REGION CERTIFICATION INTENSIVE COURSE August 5 - 7, 2013 • Columbus, OH

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HEALTH ETHICS TRUST Excellence in Healthcare Compliance for Over 30 Years

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THE CERTIFICATION INTENSIVE COURSE Columbus, OH • August 5 - 7, 2013

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

What are "Certification Intensive" Courses? Certification Intensive Courses are a series of 3-day programs offered by the Health Ethics Trust providing attendees the most current strategies, tools and best practices to operate an effective compliance program along with pertinent information on the latest developments in healthcare compliance. Why are they called "Certification Intensive"? Not only are these programs intensive in the amount of information that is covered over three days, but Certification Intensive Courses also satisfy all educational requirements for the Certified Compliance Professional (CCP) and Certified Compliance Executive (CCE) credentials. Why should I attend? The Health Ethics Trust brings together a top-notch faculty for all its programs and Certification Intensive Courses are no different. Whether your needs are certification based or not, Certification Intensive Courses are the most efficient and cost effective way to get the information you need to be a successful compliance professional and run a first-class compliance program.

Nominate your organization’s BEST PRACTICES today! Submission Deadline: August 23, 2013

2013 Forum: October 22 - 23, DC Metro Area The best practices process in healthcare compliance is an initiative started by the Health Ethics Trust in 1995 to serve healthcare compliane professionals. Identifying and sharing industry best practices enhances the knowledge and awareness about better practices in healthcare compliance - a core part of the Trust’s mission. The specific goals of the Best Compliance Practices Forum process are: •To build awareness of the importance of compliance in all sectors of the healthcare industry; • To recognize organizational accomplishment with respect to best practices in healthcare compliance programs; • To exchange information about what constitutes a best practice, and how to build one.

Organizations can nominate any part of their compliance, ethics or integrity program for recognition as a Best Practice. Learn more about the nomination process at: www.BestCompliancePractices.com

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BEST COMPLIANCE PRACTICES WHERE COMPLIANCE LEADERS MEET TO EXCHANGE IDEAS & INFORMATION

2013 FORUM

www.BESTCOMPLIANCEPRACTICES.com


THE CERTIFICATION INTENSIVE COURSE Columbus, OH • August 5 - 7, 2013

TOPICS & AGENDA Day 1, August 5th

(tentative)

Day 2, August 6th

“Changing the Culture”

“Tools for Success”

Experienced compliance professionals know that checking the box on the seven elements does not produce an effective compliance program. The organization needs to have a healthy and collaborative culture if the compliance program is to be successful. This program segment addresses several approaches intended to positively influence culture change.

As enforcement casts a wider net in the pursuit of fraud, waste and abuse recoveries, compliance professionals need to address new and emerging compliance challenges with new tools. This program segment will look at practical tools and methods that will help even the most experienced compliance professional be successful in addressing these new challenges.

8:00am: Registration 9:00am: Governance Essentials 10:00am: Resolving Ethical Issues 11:00am: The Investigative Process Part I 12:00pm: Lunch 1:00pm: The Investigative Process Part II 2:00pm: Education & Training Essentials 3:00pm: The Reporting System 4:00pm: Identify & Develop Best Practices

9:00am: HIPAA, the Final Act 10:00am: Assessing Organizational Risks 11:00am: Reform & Enforcement 12:00pm: Lunch 1:00pm: Managing your Contracts 2:00pm: Conflict Oversight 3:00pm: Compliance Monitoring 4:00pm: Evolving Compliance Standards

Day 3, August 7th

“Compliance Challenges and Emerging Risks” Compliance professionals are often so busy with the daily chores of maintaining a compliance program that there is little time to reflect on new and emerging compliance risks. This program segment will identify some of these risks and as well as a means for staying abreast of new compliance risk areas.

9:00am: Compliance Trends 10:00am: Legal & Regulatory Updates 11:00am: The Compliance/Quality Relationship

FACULTY -

12:00pm: Lunch 1:00pm: OIG Resources 2:00pm: Conflicts of Interests Oversight

Invited and Confirmed

Dr. Earl Berman: Medical Director, CGS Administrators, LLC Michael Collyer: Assistant U.S. Attorney, Northern District of Ohio Barbara Edwards: Compliance Manager, Premier Health Partners Dianne Judge: System VP, Chief Compliance & Enterprise Risk Officer, Premier Health Partners Jennifer Kelley: Manager, Risk Management and Compliance, OSUPhysicians, Inc. Keesha Mitchell: Section Chief Healthcare Fraud Section Ohio Attorney General‛s Office Lori Oberholzer: Sr. Director, Risk Management and Compliance, OSU Physicians, Inc. Mark Pastin: President, Health Ethics Trust Stay tuned for more announcements on program faculty!


THE CERTIFICATION INTENSIVE COURSE Columbus, OH • August 5 - 7, 2013

HOTEL INFORMATION

Hotel accommodations are not included in tuition. The entire course will be held at The Westin Columbus. Accommodations are available at a discounted rate of $129/night. Please make your arrangements directly with the hotel by calling 800-WESTIN-1 and referencing the “Certification Intensive Course” group block which is open until July 15, 2013. The Westin Columbus 310 South High Street • Columbus OH • 43215 • 614-228-3800

TRAVEL

The most convenient airport to The Westin Columbus is the Port Columbus International Airport which is only 9 miles from the hotel.

FOUR WAYS TO REGISTER

1. ONLINE at www.HealthEthicsTrust.com in our new store - safe, secure and encrypted. 2. E-MAIL your completed registration form to: swright@corporateethics.com. 3. FAX your completed registration form to HET at:703-299-8836.

4. MAIL your completed registration form to: Health Ethics Trust, 214 South Payne St., Alexandria, VA 22314

TUITION ❒ HET Members: $1295 ❒ Non-Members: $1,595 ❒ VHA/Academic: $995 ADD MEMBERSHIP ❒ Individual Membership: $200 ❒ Basic Org. Membership: $1,100 ❒ Premium Org. Membership: $2,400 CANCELLATION POLICY The Trust is committed to offering the highest level of compliance education at the lowest feasible price. In order to do this, the Cancellation Policy must be strictly enforced. Registration for Health Ethics Trust courses is an agreement to pay the applicable course tuition. Tuition for cancellations two weeks before the course is refunded less an administrative fee of $200. Tuition for cancellation after the deadline is not refundable, but a credit toward tuition for a future Trust program (tuition less the administrative fee; must be used within 12 months) will be issued in some cases. Those who cancel after the deadline must still pay the tuition that they agreed to pay by registering for the course even if they have not yet paid their tuition at the time of cancellation.

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Certification Intensive Course, August 5-7, 2013

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